Indias military authorizes front-line forces to use weapons? Media: India may pay a price

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 Indias military authorizes front-line forces to use weapons? Media: India may pay a price


In addition to Russia, the US Wall Street Journal and other Western media believe that the standoff between India and China may lead India to move closer to the US. An anonymous source previously told the global times that if India wants to balance the power gap with China, on the one hand, it depends on the made in India and self-reliance plan proposed by Indian Prime Minister Modi, on the other hand, it also needs to borrow from the outside. Undoubtedly, the United States is one of its best choices, and Japan and Australia are also within the scope of policy options.

Moreover, India will continue to strengthen the construction of border roads. According to the times of India, the Interior Ministry of India recently discussed border infrastructure construction projects with the border road organization, the Central Public Works Bureau and the border police force. It is reported that they focused on the bottleneck of the projects under construction in Arunachal Pradesh (Southern Tibet), Sikkim Pradesh and Ladakh . Reporters from the global times learned that since last year, the Indian government has been vigorously promoting the construction of border roads under the banner of developing the economy of remote areas. In the past six years, India has completed the construction of 74 strategic roads in the northeast region alone, greatly improving the ability of troops and equipment to rapidly transfer to the frontline areas of India China border.

Indias domestic public opinion continues to press modi. In response to modis statement on the violent conflict between India and Chinas border forces on the 19th that China has not crossed the border nor attacked Indian outposts, Indias former prime minister, Manmohan Singh, said publicly for the first time on the 22nd that modi must keep every word he said in mind, China should not use his words as a position of sophistry, and called on modi to ensure the defense of territory and sovereignty and to expand for the soldiers killed in battle Justice. Singh also said that inaction will be a betrayal of faith and history, stressing that India is at the crossroads of history and that the decisions and actions of the government will affect future generations. In response, Nada, chairman of the Indian peoples party, refuted that Singhs speech was just a word game and that India fully trusts and supports modi. Maharashtra has decided to shelve three previous cooperation agreements with Chinese companies such as Great Wall Motors and Foton, with a total investment of more than 50 billion rupees (1 rupee is about 0.1 yuan), the times of India reported. According to the report, Indias foreign ministry has advised India not to sign any further agreements with Chinese companies.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u6056789,container:ssp_ 6056789, async:true }India must be ready to fight a long war with China, the Hindustan Times said in an editorial on Tuesday. According to the editorial, the 15 day conflict will completely change India China relations. India must understand Chinas strategic objectives and find appropriate countermeasures. The two countries are still using expressions such as peace and tranquility to show that they have not given up on dialogue. In addition, the editorial warned that China is not Pakistan, and that it could be costly for the government to choose to be tough. Therefore, it is the best policy for foreign alliance, internal development or India to win this lasting war in the future. Zhao Lijian, spokesman of the Chinese foreign ministry, was asked at a regular press conference on Tuesday about the number of casualties in the conflict between China and India in the valley of garwan. He said that China and India are resolving local issues through military and diplomatic dialogue, and there is no news to be released at present. Relevant recommendations: Indian bridges are crushed by trucks carrying heavy machinery, and Indian troops are increasing near the border between China and India. American Chinook helicopters are constantly deployed. Source: Global Times Author: Hu Bofeng editor in charge: Hu Shuli_ MN7479

India must be prepared to fight a long war with China, the Hindustan Times said in an editorial Tuesday. According to the editorial, the 15 day conflict will completely change India China relations. India must understand Chinas strategic objectives and find appropriate countermeasures. The two countries are still using expressions such as peace and tranquility to show that they have not given up on dialogue. In addition, the editorial warned that China is not Pakistan, and that it could be costly for the government to choose to be tough. Therefore, it is the best policy for foreign alliance, internal development or India to win this lasting war in the future.